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Pohd-Lohk (aka Old Wolf, aka Kiowa George, aka George Poolaw) - Kiowa - before his death in 1939

Pohd-Lohk (aka Old Wolf, aka Kiowa George, aka George Poolaw) - Kiowa - 1939

Honovi-Walpi, a Hopi Snake Priest, with Totkya, 1910, photographed by Edward S. Curtis (1868-1962, American)

Edward S. Curtis's The North American Indian - portfolio 12 plate no. 408 Honovi - Walpi snake priest, with Totokya Day painting

Iron Hawk, Hunkpapa Sioux, 1872 by Peer Into The Past, via Flickr

"Iron Hawk", also known as Amos Little, was a Hunkpapa Sioux. He born in Montana in 1862 & died after May when he gave an interview with Eli S. Richter "Iron Hawk's Story of the Battle, # 1 A Hunkpapa Sioux's account of the Battle of the Little Bighorn".

The Power of Cherokee Women - ICTMN.com resource link

A young Cherokee woman in traditional dress points toward the Smoky Mountains of North Carolina, Nov. which is considered a sacred site by the Cherokees. The unidentified woman is a graduate of a conventional school and the granddaughter of a chief.

Paul Little Walker - Blackfoot (Siksika) Tribe -circa 1935

Paul Little Walker, a man of the Blackfoot (Siksika) Tribe. Circa No location or additional information.

Mrs. John Bushman, a Salish woman on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana. A group of teepees is in the distance at the base of a ridge of mountains. Photographed c. 1905.

John Bushman, a Salish woman on the Flathead Indian Reservation in western Montana. A group of teepees is in the distance at the base of a ridge of mountains. Photographed c. A beautiful dress!

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